MED activist and dispensary owner Chris Enns was charged with possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling, as well as for the production and distribution of illicit cannabis. He plans to challenge the constitutionality of MED access laws.
- A fellow Maritime MED activist said police have been targeting MED dispensaries and patients are “at a loss, devastated.”
- Former RCMP constable Jeffrey Meyers became the first individual to receive a Health Canada license for commercial medical sale. The former organized-crime investigator will broker deals between those inside the industry and with MED patients—he is not licensed to possess cannabis on site.
- The Financial Post profiled Aphria‘s return to the limelight, even as some of the accusations lobbed at the firm by short sellers last December continue to cast a shadow.